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man is made of dust, and in this case, dirt... have fun :)

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teejay-number13teejay-number13

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars June 24, 2006

Lame

So they don't need god anymore but they still belive he exists? And if they don't need him then why would they be scared of telling him that? What kind of scientists are they anyway?


Godlimations responds:

Initially, if the scientists didn't believe God existed, they wouldn't even say that they don't need him at all. It's like talking to nothing...

welp, good question, why would they be scared of telling Him that? coz God holds authority a duuhhh lol :P


zenyarazenyara

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars September 16, 2007

How silly

This is a religious propaganda film and that's NOT what the world needs more of. Reality > religion. Try it sometime.


Godlimations responds:

thanks for your opinion.


mysterybunnymysterybunny

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars September 11, 2011

lol

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KristinaHarveyKristinaHarvey

Rated 0 / 5 stars September 16, 2008

poor poor man

Holy shit guy I love it!~!11!!

First off, prometheus666 is nearly correct and you "Godlimations" are wrong, and here is why:

In decomposition, there are five stages, and a total of 0 of those stages lead to the human body becoming DIRT!

Stage 1: Fresh - The fresh stage of decomposition occurs during the first few days following death. There are no physical signs of decomposition during this time. However, homeostasis of the body has ceased, allowing cellular and soft tissue changes to occur because of the process of autolysis, the destruction of cells and organs due to an aseptic chemical process. At this point, the body enters algor mortis, the cooling of the body's temperature to that of its surroundings. When the body's cells reach the final stage of autolysis, an anaerobic environment is created. This allows the body's normal bacteria to breakdown the remaining carbohydrates, proteins, and lipids. The products from the breakdown create acids, gases, and other products which cause volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and putrefactive effects. VOCs are produced during the early stages of human decomposition.

Stage 2: Putrefaction - Odor, color changes, and bloating of the body during decomposition are the results of putrefaction. The lower part of the abdomen turns green due to bacteria activity in the cecum. Bacteria break down hemoglobin into sulfhemoglobin which causes the green color change. A formation of gases enters the abdomen which forces liquids and feces out of the body. The gases also enter the neck and face, causing swelling of the mouth, lips, and tongue.

Stage 3: Black putrefaction - After the body goes through the bloating stage it begins the black putrefaction stage. At this point the body cavity ruptures, the abdominal gases escape and the body darkens from its greenish color.

Stage 4: Butyric fermentation - After the early putrefaction and black putrefaction phases have taken place, the body begins mummification, in which the body begins to dry out. The human carcass is first mummified, and then goes through adipocere formation. Adipocere (grave wax) formation refers to the loss of body odor and the formation of a cheesy appearance on the cadaver.

Stage 5: Dry decay - When the last of the soft-tissue has been removed from the body, the final stage of decomposition, skeletonization, occurs. This stage encompasses the deterioration of skeletal remains, and is the longest of the decomposition processes. Skeletonization differs markedly from the previous stages, not only in length, but in the deterioration process itself.

The strength and durability of bone stems from the unique protein-mineral bond present in skeletal formation. Consequently, changes to skeletal remains, known as bone diagenesis, occur at a substantially slower rate than stages of soft-tissue breakdown

Within a year all that is usually left is the skeleton and teeth, with traces of the tissues on them - it takes 40 to 50 years for the bones to become dry and brittle in a coffin.

AT NO POINT IN TIME DO OUR BODIES BECOME DIRT!

Anyway, this movie was horrible, prometheus666 and I disagree on that, it was short, bland, boring, the animation itself was shitty, the lip syncing was just terrible, so all in all, I think it's a flat out 0.


Godlimations responds:

Thanks, considering your thoughts of the cartoon being so boring, and still bothered to write such a pretty review.

This story is more interesting:
http://www.ianhaig.net/YourjustDirt.h tml

Admit it, you're worm-food. :D


EnjolrasEnjolras

Rated 0 / 5 stars May 23, 2006

Great, more relious fundamentalism, less science

I suppose we also need to discard the facts about global warming and evolutionary theory too, because we don't like them. We can just pretend there is controversy because some people don't like the facts


Godlimations responds:

Yes, I'm afraid of facts... I don't like them...

*rolls eyes in a sarcastic manner...